Bosses prefer to insure photocopiers rather than staff - Scottish Widows


British bosses are more likely to protect their office equipment than their key staff, according to new research.

The result highlights a series of findings revealing that businesses are leaving themselves vulnerable to the death or incapacity of a key person. Scottish Widows' Business Protection report fou...

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